I've been a dog owner since I was 10 years old.Every dog was a rescue dog and everyone a character,usually with some social problems. I've heard that pet owners can begin looking like their pets. I wonder which one I look like. My first pet was a black
cocker spaniel that we named Inkey after the Ink Spots .Inkey bit my Mother,often.Our best dog was the late ,great Wally.We always refer to him that way.He was a shepard-chow mix.He was shaped like a bowling pin. Wally had a police record. He courted a pedigree
poodle and our insurance company had to pay the Vet bill and for the screen porch that Wally jumped through to get to the poodle.We had the original Charlie while we lived in the high rise. He loved the elevator as much as I did. He met his friends in the
service elevator several times a day.When he died,his obit was posted in the elevator. I don't think he looked like anyone in the family.Charlie Two was given that name in hopes that his master could remember his name,since long term memory is a pretty long
lasting skill.I think Charlie Two resented getting a second hand name, because he bit his master, a lot.Charlie Two had coloring similar to mine ,sorta blond.
We now have our sweetest dog, Cricket .No hang ups,no history of abuse, Maybe she and I have
the most in common as far as looks.Cricket was given to us by a Rabbi, so we know she is Jewish. That is important because it is never too late to start teaching her Hebrew so she can make Aliyah with us. How do you say "all right already,stop barking" in